Latest News for: Halifax ship


Is this where doomed eco-yacht hit trouble? Final ping of British adventurers disastrous voyage from...

The Daily Mail 20 Jul 2024
A mayday signal was issued by Halifax coastguard crews to all ships nearby on July 3 - while rescue workers in the Azores were also searching for the boat in case it had arrived across the Atlantic.

Ship-shape: Local firm wins $30M contract to install made-in-Ottawa tech on navy’s new destroyers

Ottawa Business Journal 18 Jul 2024
Davis Engineering is the latest Canadian company to join the supply chain for the next-generation Canadian Surface Combatant (CSC) warships that are expected to eventually replace the navy’s current fleet of Halifax-class frigates.

Pro-Palestinian protesters block CN railroad south of Montreal, four arrested

Moosejaw Today 29 Jun 2024
The railway line owned by CN connects Montreal to Halifax, where protesters claim goods are shipped to the Middle East country ... This report by The Canadian Press was first published June 29, 2024 ... .

Halifax shipyard tests steel-cutting methods as first new destroyer expected by 2035

Moosejaw Today 28 Jun 2024
Vice-Admiral Angus Topshee said Friday in Halifax that the Canadian ships, which are based on the BAE Type 26 design used in the United Kingdom and Australia, are heavier than their counterparts because of design changes.

Government to begin construction on new warships despite not knowing the final cost or design

Canoe 28 Jun 2024
Senior government officials at the technical briefing noted it is a high priority to get the ships delivered quickly because the current Halifax-fleet is aging and becoming costly to maintain.

Irving shipyard marks start of contract to build 15 navy warships

CBC 28 Jun 2024
Hundreds of workers at the Irving shipyard in Halifax celebrated the start of a contract that will keep many of them in their jobs for decades. The yard will build 15 ships for the Royal Canadian Navy to replace its current fleet of frigates ... .

New CEO takes reins at Daytona's Halifax Humane Society. Here's what we know about him.

News Journal - Daytona Beach 24 Jun 2024
"I loved the organization and wasn't looking to jump ship, but then the job posting for the CEO position at Halifax Humane Society was emailed to me by a friend," he said ... What is the Halifax Humane Society?.

RMS Titanic surfaces again at Halifax Public Gardens

CBC 23 Jun 2024
The RMS Titanic still lies in the inky depths of the North Atlantic after its ill-fated maiden voyage but a model of the ship returned to Griffin's Pond in the Halifax Public Gardens on Saturday ... .

Atlantic Towing Modernizes Halifax Port Fleet with Svitzer Escort Tugboats

MarineLink 18 Jun 2024
“These new tugs are built to handle larger container ships, which are increasingly calling at Halifax, the only Eastern Canadian port capable of accommodating them ... Halifax Port Authority.

Teodoro orders AFP: Resist China’s ‘dangerous, reckless’ behavior in West Philippine Sea

Manila Bulletin 18 Jun 2024
The vessels involved in the group sail were the Philippine Navy's Gregorio del Pilar-class patrol ship BRP Andres Bonifacio (PS-17), the US Navy Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Ralph ...

Top-10 finish at provincial Heritage Fair an exciting moment, area students say

Moosejaw Today 15 Jun 2024
The project was personal for the Grade 5 student, as his paternal grandparents arrived in Canada in the 1950s through Pier 21 in Halifax, N.S. .

Passenger details what it

The Daily Mail 07 Jun 2024
'It left from Fort Lauderdale went to Halifax, Canada, and then we circumnavigated Iceland and went to three different Icelandic ports and because I was on a small ship, the Island Princess, we were ...

Go aboard the Titanic in Asheboro library talk

The Courier-Tribune 31 May 2024
... who has visited all the sites that have Titanic connections, including Belfast, where the ship was built; Southampton, from where it sailed; and Halifax, Nova Scotia, where the bodies were interred.

Tai Ji Men as a “Disaster Community”

Bitter Winter English 25 May 2024
Prince studied the Halifax Explosion of 1917, which at that time was the largest explosion outside of wars in history ... A French cargo ship called Mont-Blanc collided accidentally with a Norwegian vessel in Halifax’s harbor.

The Forward Bridge in Future Container Shipping

The Maritime Executive 07 May 2024
Shipping company Maersk recently introduced a new 16,000-TEU, methanol-powered ship named Ane Maersk with a bridge installed near the bow. The ship is designed for maximum efficiency on the Asia-Europe trade lane.